Bad blood

Exhibitions May 04, 2010 1 Comment

Arthur McIntyre: Bad Blood 1960-2000 is a survey of the work of the previously unheralded Australian artist Arthur McIntyre (1945-2003). Spanning four decades, and comprised of loaned work from major collections and his estate, Bad Blood reveals Arthur McIntyre’s steadfast obsession with and compassion for the volatility of the human condition. It also makes known the rigour, discipline and fastidious technique of his work. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery is proud to realise Bad Blood as a major partnership with Macquarie University Art Gallery, where a companion ‘work on paper’ exhibition will be concurrently presented. Dispersed over both venues is a selection of important works that plot key stylistic shifts within his extensive oeuvre. Curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham.

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery – opening Friday 14 May at 6pm and continuing until Sunday 27 June.
Macquarie University Art Gallery – opening Wednesday 19 May at 6pm and continuing until Saturday 26 June.

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